Talon’s Point of the Day – Sept. 25th 2015 Eye Your Steps

What we allow our eyes to rest on reveals to both God and our enemy what is in our hearts. It will either be things that are holy and used by our loving Father or our enemy to guide our steps toward the will of who we allow to master us. It will either be used to strengthen our walk or to weaken it. We like to talk about watching where we step, but the reality is we step where we’re looking. So, the next time you stumble don’t question where your feet stepped. Instead, question where you were allowing your eyes to rest.

 

Talon’s Point of the Day is meant to be concise yet thought provoking. If you are impacted feel free to share the point with others, with or without citation.

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Talon’s Point of the Day – May 15, 2015 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Dear Christian,

We’ve all heard the phrase “Put your money where your mouth is.” Yet if we are as truly grieved by the amoral state of modern culture as we claim then why do we give our non essential expenditures to those who propagate depravity? Do we not understand we are putting our money where our hearts are and in the process revealing the true state of our hearts to the God who searches our hearts?  Isn’t it time we line our hearts up with our rhetoric and put our money where our mouths are?

 

Talon’s Point of the Day is meant to be concise yet thought provoking. If you are impacted feel free to share the point with others, with or without citation.

Talon’s Point of the Day – April 7th, 2015 The Gift of Waning Vision

The gift of waning vision as we get older is that it takes ever stronger eyeglasses to see ourselves in the mirror. I say this partly as humor but there is also a truth to it that is spiritual as it grants us the opportunity to free ourselves from vanity and helps us see there is something far more important than this temporal existence.

 

Talon’s Point of the Day is meant to be concise yet thought provoking. If you are impacted feel free to share the point with others, with or without citation.